There has been concerns for a long time that drinking coffee is risky for people’s health. All that caffeine can’t be good for you…right? However, a new study found that those who drink 4-5 cups of coffee per day had the lowest risk of death compared to others who don’t drink coffee at all. The new study followed more than 400,000 older adults for almost 14 years tracking their health and coffee intake. The results are able to reassure that drinking coffee would not be a risk factor for future health.
The National Coffee Association suggests that approximately 64% of American adults drink coffee on a daily basis with the average drinker downing 3.2 cups a day.
What do you think of this new study?
Read the original article here—courtesy of LA Times